Media praise for 40 Digital Photo Retouching Techniques with Photoshop Elements

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"While this book is rather slight in size, it is large in punch. There are a lot of techniques contained within that most professionals use on a regular basis. Also, included with the book is a trial version of Photoshop Elements, as well as 92 images that you can use to follow along with the book. If you are new to photo image retouching, 40 Digital Photo Retouching Techniques with Photoshop Elements is the perfect book to get up to speed."
-- T. Michael Testi, Blogcritics Magazine

"While this book is rather slight in size, it is large in punch. There are a lot of techniques contained within that most professionals use on a regular basis. Also, included with the book is a trial version of Photoshop Elements, as well as 92 images that you can use to follow along with the book. If you are new to photo image retouching, 40 Digital Photo Retouching Techniques with Photoshop Elements is the perfect book to get up to speed."
-- T. Michael Testi, Blogcritics Magazine

"It's thin as such guides go - 208 pages - but if you haven't yet gone beyond taking a digital picture into actually manipulating images, this a good introduction...for someone new to photo manipulation - or someone, like me, who knows a fair amount but is always looking for new things to learn - this is a good book, particularly at a U.S. list price of $16.99."
-- Erik Sherman, FotoCounty

"40 Digital Photo Retouching Techniques with Photoshop Elements is a new, full-color book that teaches digital photographers how to get the results they want from pictures, including fixing colors and enhancing blurred images. The easy-to-follow guide is filled with dozens of techniques sure to make your photos pop, and you can also learn how to create a slide show."
-- Dynamic Graphics, Aug/Sept 2007

"Overall, the book is a good review for the experienced photographer and a very good introduction for the novice digital user. While explaining many complexities, it offers shortcuts to help make picture-taking "fun." Isn't that what using cameras should be?"
-- Dick Evans, Bay Bytes, Greater Tampa Bay PC User Group

"Overall, the book is a quick read at 200 pages, but this book is not designed for a straight read through, but rather as a step-by-step tutorial for you to follow along and try as you read. What I liked about this book is that it is full of project based tutorials rather than a stand-alone discussion of tools. It is the difference between showing someone how to build a wall rather than just how to use a hammer."
-- Chris Gohlke, Digital Media Thoughts

"This is a very well written, informative book, and should be a welcome addition to any digital photographers bookshelf."
-- Greg Ames, Computer Users of Erie